6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Having tried very expensive but useless moth "traps", I resorted to using this spray, not to kill single moths, but to eliminate the whole problem - and I'm pleased to report that it's worked!
I simply closed the doors of the worst rooms, sprayed the rooms thoroughly and left them with the door closed for a few hours.
The moths remaining after this process were either dead or dying (flying round drunkenly, or not being able to fly).
This was four days ago, and I haven't seen a single live moth since then.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
I ordered these after a recent moth infestation in my house. I was catching about half a dozen of the blighters every day - all over the house, not to mention all the ones that got away.
The trap "cages" are made of cheap plastic, and the sticky "traps" themselves could easily have been made of sticky-back plastic, for all the good they did. The extortionate price of nearly £26 for these things is a complete rip-off.
Assembly of the traps is easy enough, and I deployed all of them, at the places in the house where I'd seen most moths. They've been in place for nearly two weeks now and have caught, between them, ... ONE MOTH.
Meanwhile, I've continued to… Read more
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
I've had this tree for a couple of weeks now, plugged in every evening for about 5 hours.
* very easy to assemble. Just clip the three small plastic stabiliser legs into the base, then set the tree upright into the base (the tree is in one piece). Then fluff out the branches a little. The halogen bulb is already installed into the base and a spare bulb is included.
* There are a few transparent plastic baubles and stars on the tree, so it looks just about passable in the daylight with the lights off if you're too lazy to add further decorations, like me.
* Very pretty effect with the lights on - changing slowly from red - purple - blue -… Read more